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The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) is creating an artist roster of approximately 200-300 artists, that will include both artists who are emerging into the field and experienced public artists, who will be pre-qualified for future public art projects in 2021-2023 within city utility facilities, parks, street right-of-way, and other locations.
BUDGET: TBD based on project
ELIGIBILITY: Professional artists over 18 currently residing in the U.S. Priority will be given to emerging artists and to artists from historically under-represented communities, including communities of color.
DEADLINE: 5 p.m., Monday, November 30, 2020 (Pacific Standard Time)
Thursday, October 8, 11am (Pacific Standard Time). Please click here to register for the online workshop. This is an online workshop and you will receive the link to join the day prior to the workshop. The online workshop will also be recorded and made available approximately one week after the event.
The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) commissions a variety of public temporary and permanent artworks through its 1% for Art program. The public art program works with several City departments engaged in capital construction projects and City-wide initiatives. With several projects launching through the City’s utilities, parks, and transportation departments, this pre-qualified artist roster will streamline the selection process and will be used when appropriate. This is one of three methods ARTS uses to select artists: open calls, invitational calls, and rosters.
The Public Art Artist Roster 2021-2023 will include both emerging and established public artists whose applications will be reviewed and juried separately:
Your letter of interest and biographical statement may be submitted either in written form or in a video/audio statement that includes the information below. Please note that this should not be a highly produced/edited video, a short recording that speaks directly to your interest in this project will suffice. The intent of this option is to provide an opportunity for individuals who feel they can represent themselves better verbally versus in writing through the letter of interest (for example for applicants for whom English is a second language and/or other considerations).
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